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heywoodu

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  1. Verbij nearly crashes but manages to keep it straight and is world champion
  2. First Norwegian men on the world sprint championships podium since 1997
  3. 1:06.51 for Nuis The eternal choker chokes no more
  4. What a world championships for Hege
  5. Damn Ihle, that was a horrible race.
  6. 34.08 for Mulder, what the.... 5th fastest time in history
  7. If we don't win, we have to find some other way right? Kodaira already learned how to say "I'm the boss!" in Dutch so that counts
  8. Meanwhile day 2 of the world sprint championships has started in Calgary, so fast times are to be expected. They have been posted already yesterday, for example in the men's 1000m which was arguably the best 1000m race in history: three men going well under 1:07 and Lorentzen and Ihle staying slightly above 1:07 with (for them) superb times. Ronald Mulder and Roman Krech were fast in the 500 with 34.18 and 34.21, although nowadays there isn't really someone capable of really flying like Wotherspoon or Kulizhnikov (who is injured, sick, mentally unstable, etc). Nao Kodaira is dominating the women's competition so far, winning both the 500 and 1000 yesterday, especially that last one is a great result for her. She was of course already the huge favourite and only a fall or huge mistake can stop her from taking the title today. In the Netherlands we're already cheering for a full-Dutch women's podium of Kodaira (Dutch team), Erbanova (Dutch team) and Bergsma (Dutch husband) followed by Ter Mors (Dutch passport)
  9. Our Dutch commentator directly after the finish by the way: "Gold for Russia, silver for Italy and the Finnish fans can be happy with a nice bronze medal for their team" Ok, after some time maybe, but please tell me in which universe fans from Finland can be happy with this bronze medal directly after the finish (where Finland might also be replaced by any random country, the big thing being it's the home country)
  10. Today was Feyenoord (Rotterdam) - PSV (Eindhoven) in the Dutch competition, the 1st and 2nd placed teams in the competition so a big match. Feyenoord won because of a 82nd minute goal that would never ever have been given if there had not been goal line technology The ball didn't pass the line, then PSV's goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet picked it up in such a way that it passed the line by a few millimeter, resulting in 'Goal' instead of 'No goal'
  11. Yeah but he put them in his mouth like 10 minutes earlier, come on
  12. "The big classics are up next, what's your goal for the classics this season?" Sagan: "We'll see.....the big goal is to stay good. After that, whatever comes, everything is good."
  13. Can you please teach Sagan it's very rude and sort of disgusting to talk with your mouth full of 'food'?
  14. Very strong win for Sagan
  15. Sagan, Rowe, Trentin, Bennoot and Stuyven going for the win in Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne, 5k to go.